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Marc Maron Wiki Biography
Marc David Maron was born on 27th September 1963, in Jersey City, New Jersey USA, of Jewish descent. He became famous as a stand-up comedian at the beginning of the ‘90s. He is also a writer, a producer and a podcast host.
So just how rich is Marc Maron? Sources estimate that Marc’s net worth is $500,000, most of this money having been made in the entertainment industry during a career spanning more than 25 years.
Marc Maron Net Worth $500,000
Marc Maron graduated from Highland High School in Albuquerque, New Mexico, and in 1986 received a BA in English literature from Boston University, and one year later he started performing as a stand-up comedian. He continued to do stand-up comedy both in New York and Los Angeles, and around 1995 he also started to work in television, doing voice-over for the show “Dr. Katz, Professional Therapist” and later recording half-hour specials for HBO. He continued to collaborate over the years with televisions, making voice overs (he was the voice of Magnus Hammersmith in “Metalocalypse”, provided numerous voices in “The Life & Times of Tim” and “Harvey Beaks”) and even some appearances in television shows and series, including “Louie” and “Pilot Season”. He was an executive producer for “G. Redford Considers”, “Marc Maron: Thinky Pain”, “Maron in Space”, and “Maron”.
In 2000, Marc Maron had his first one-man show, called “Jerusalem Syndrome”, which was transformed into a book soon after. In 2007, Marc Maron and Sam Seder began a one-hour show broadcasted over the internet, “Breakroom Live with Maron & Seder”.
The podcast “WTF with Marc Maron” started in 2009 and it was produced at the beginning in the Air America offices. Nowadays, the show is produced in Maron’s garage, in Los Angeles. The most famous guest of his show was President Obama, who asked to be present in the actor’s show because of his popularity on the internet: the show is downloaded 3 million times each week, and that one was downloaded about one million times in the first 36 hours. “WTF with Marc Maron” is considered one of the best podcasts present on the internet and in 2012 won the Comedy Central Comedy Award for “Best Comedy Podcast”.
The comedian is also an actor, so he completes his earnings with appearances in television shows and series. Another source of income is the sales of his books and comedy albums.
In his personal life, Marc Maron has been married twice, to Kimberly Reiss(1997-2001) and Mishna Wolff(2004-07). Marc has since dated Jessica Sanchez, Moon Zappa, and currently Sarah Cain, who is a contemporary artist. He has joked openly about his previous problems with alcohol and drug use in the 1990s, but has been free of these abuses for many years now.
|Full Name||Marc Maron|
|Date Of Birth||September 27, 1963|
|Place Of Birth||Jersey City, New Jersey, United States|
|Height||5 ft 10 in (1.8 m)|
|Profession||Comedian, Actor, Radio personality, Screenwriter, Television producer|
|Nationality||United States of America|
|Spouse||Mishna Wolff (m. 2004–2007), Kimberly Reiss (m. 1997–2001)|
|Parents||Barry R. Maron, Toby Maron, Durham, NC, United States, Montreal, Québec, Canada, Toronto, ON, Canada|
|Nicknames||Marc David Maron|
|Movies||Durham, NC, United States, Montreal, Québec, Canada, Toronto, ON, Canada, Almost Famous, Mike and Dave Need Wedding Dates, Sleepwalk with Me, Get a Job, Flock of Dudes, Los Enchiladas!, All Wifed Out, Frank and Cindy, Who’s the Caboose?, Sharknado 3: Oh Hell No!, Stalker Guilt Syndrome|
|TV Shows||Maron, G.L.O.W., Short Attention Span Theater, Never Mind the Buzzcocks (US), Durham, NC, United States, Montreal, Québec, Canada, Toronto, ON, Canada|
|1||[observation, 2015] Because I’ve become a little more refined as an an actor, and in knowing what the character of ‘me’ is on the show, emotionally and comically, there’s a lot of stuff this season. There’s a lot of what-ifs. There’s a little bit of an undercurrent off the worst road traveled. What if Maron kinda succumbed to the darker side of him and things went that way? It’s almost a cautionary tale.|
|2||Every book is a self-help book.|
|1||Stand up style is often compared to Richard Lewis. In his first book, The Jerusalem Syndrome, he initially wrote the phrase “the food pyramid in hell” which the editor changed to “the food pyramid from hell.” Because “…from hell” is Lewis’ trademark catchphrase (so much so that Lewis infamously petitioned Bartlett’s Familiar Quotations to attribute it to him, as parodied in the “Curb Your Enthusiasm” episode Curb Your Enthusiasm: The Nanny from Hell (2002)) this edit so-frustrated Maron that whenever he signs a copy of the book, he opens it to that page and changes it to “…in hell.”.|
|2||Has been on poor terms with Jon Stewart for years, which Maron admits largely stemmed from jealousy on his part. Because he finds Stewart to be nice, smart and talented despite their personal differences, he invited him onto his podcast to make amends (episodes of his podcast in which he reconciled with Paul F. Tompkins and Louis C.K. are regarded by many critics to be among the best podcast interviews ever). Stewart responded to this invitation, saying he would be willing to discuss their issues one-on-one over coffee, but not to do so in a public forum, although he made a point to congratulate Maron on the success of his podcast.|
|3||Co-host of Breakroom Live, a novel internet show characterized by political commentary and insightful comedy on Air America. [April 2009]|
|4||Was best friends and roommates with Louis C.K..|
|5||Was good friends with Sam Kinison.|
|6||Grew up in New Jersey, Alaska, and Albuquerque, New Mexico.|
|7||Graduated from Boston University.|
|8||Studied Acting with Michael Howard in New York.|